Alexia was honored to be working with the talented folks at LCTC – until they asked her to write a bio. How was she supposed to sum up her 15-year theater career in only 50 words? Well, nonetheless, she still likes the folks at LCTC and is happy to start a brand new chapter with […]
David is thrilled to be part of the 3-time TBA award-winning Left Coast Theatre Co. Theater has been a part of David’s life as long as he can remember. His father was a Broadway musical fan, so he grew up listening to the Original Broadway Cast albums of Sound of Music, South Pacific, Carousel and […]
Ryan has been working in the Bay Area as an actor, pianist and vocalist for about three years. Previous appearances with LCTC include Screaming Queens and San Francisco, Here I Come. He has also performed with Pollinator Arts, Royal British Comedy Theatre, and Theatre Rhinoceros. During the day, Ryan works for the San Francisco Ballet […]
Gabrielle is proud to be a member of LCTC. She has been fortunate to be a part of bay area theatre since she was but a “wee lass.” Last seen in Who Are these People? and Motherly Advice. Thanks so much to LCTC for everything.
Rita is excited to become a part of the LCTC family. Rita has a master’s degree in nonprofit fundraising from NYU and a master’s degree in human sexuality from San Francisco State University. She spent the past four years as a Grant Writer, Annual Campaign Manager, Board Member, and Board Vice President of Muttville, a […]
Chris is a writer, actor, singer, comedian and recent Bay Area transplant. (Sure, he’s got a day job, but those are usually pretty boring, right?) A native of Seattle, Chris has appeared there as: Uncle Willie in High Society, Cole Porter in Red, Hot and Cole, Saint Peter in Corpus Christi, Chip in On the […]
Richard – actor, director, manager, writer, producer, you get the idea – moved to SF from New York City, where he focused mainly on a film and commercial career. After a few months in SF, he was dying to get back on stage. He became part of the LCTC family in the winter of 2013 […]
Rodney founded Left Coast Theatre Co. to provide LGBT theatrical artists a means for their work to reach a broader audience in order for their voice to be heard. He has written the short plays, Baby Christina, P.S. I Love You, Motherly Advice and My Fairy Godmothers.